Its very hard to balance an academic life and still play video games. I've almost stopped playing games altogether! But, I've been taking a class called Intro to Game Design, and that always reminds that I can continue to live a fruitfully gaming life. The Smash community in Erie is very solid. Seriously every day I go to the bottom of Roche Hall people are either playing Magic The Gathering or Project M! Even my roommates love to smash! Anyway, updating my playlog, I'm currently going to beat Majora's Mask (I never have) and also beat the Megaman X collection. I'm going to try for the first two Legend of Zelda games but that may be a hookshot (ha longshot...ha).
I'm starting a new paragraph to discuss my thoughts on the school. I feel like I'm failing. Physics is my only problematic course! I need to figure out this whole physics thing. I need to become better at it somehow. I study the problems we are given in homework and participate in the labs! I just wish I knew what I was doing wrong. It's not like with math where I can analyze my mistakes and correct my behavior. Physics is formula after formula. On top of that, homework is on MasteringPhysics. The problems on here help me understand concepts, but I feel we should be using the PHYSICAL book for doing word problems. The only reason I use my book is to read and understand. Electricity and Magnetism is not my cup of tea.
Anyway, it feels good to type that out. Self realization is at its peek. I need to but as much time in physics if not more. I need to jump back on the ball. Any physic class could be planned so much better, like my Matrices teacher! He prints out notes with fill-in-the-blanks, and the whole class just follows along. Physics whole design could use a revamp. Enough of my rant. I'm sick of typing.